July 2, 2020

The season of sun is in full swing, but it’s a time to remember how important it is to wear sunscreen: one in five Americans will develop skin cancer by the age of 70.

Worried you’ve already had too much sun exposure?

You should talk to a dermatologist if you’ve experienced skin changes, sun poisoning / sunburn, or acne as a result of exposure. Luckily, if you have a medical insurance plan with the Trust, you have easy virtual access to dermatologists through Designed Virtual Care for $0 copay, whether you’re on a PPO or HSA plan.

  1. Request a consultation via our mobile app or at HealthiestYou.com, briefly describe your symptoms, and upload images of your condition.
  2. Relax. A licensed dermatologist will carefully review your information.
  3. Within just two business days, you’ll receive your diagnosis and customized treatment plan. If medically necessary, a prescription will be sent to your local pharmacy.

Connect with a dermatologist now.

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Wednesday, July 29 at 8:30am PST

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